Organizing Elephants (My new TV Show!)

Q. How do you eat an elephant? 

A. One bite at a time. 

Badum-bum!

That old adage is the inspiration behind my new TV show called Organizing Elephants. It’s produced by Main Line Network TV 21 for the residents in and around Radnor, PA, but you can enjoy it worldwide!

My friend and NAPO colleague, Ellen Faye of Ellen Faye Organization was kind enough to be my first guest, and she has some solid wisdom to share…whether you consider yourself organized or overwhelmed. The goal for both of us is that you will be inspired.

In fact, that’s the entire goal of the show: Wisdom from women who combine family and high professional achievement through organizing and productivity strategies that might work for you, too.

I’m no Mario Forleo…yet. But I’m excited to share even more ways to get your life organized.  And I want to hear what you think. What would you like to hear more about from women I admire? Please comment below.

 

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Linda McCar

    How to let go of irreplaceable sentimental items, large and small when a picture is not the answer.

  2. Gen Wallace-Roe

    Fabulous talk with Darla DeMorrow and Ellen Faye! Two compassionate, gifted organizers for busy professionals! Thanks for sharing your wisdom! Gen Wallace-Roe

    1. Darla

      Thanks, Gen. A nice comment from a respected colleague like you is so valued! (She’s in Delaware, folks. If that’s where you live, definitely connect with Gen!)

  3. juliebestry

    What a wonderful show, Darla, and how ideal to have Ellen Faye join you for the inaugural show. The two of you set the tone for your program, mixing the professionalism of what organizers do with the philosophical underpinnings and the fun and not-so-fun truths of modern life. (Balance? Yeah, no.) May we ALL remember that mantra, “Just because I can doesn’t mean I should” as we go about our lives.

    1. Darla

      Thanks for watching, Julie. That mantra is one of my faves!

  4. Jennifer O

    Wonderful interview! Great practical advice from two amazing organizing pros.

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